Jonathan Deane: Research
My undergraduate degree was physics (Merton College, Oxford, 1979--1982), and a few years after graduating I decided to do a PhD and then some post doctoral research, in the Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Surrey (1986--1994), remaining there as a lecturer until 2000. I then moved to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, where I still am. It is hardly surprising therefore that my research interests are at the very applied end of the mathematical spectrum; here are some of them:- Continuous dynamics and nonlinear ODEs
[JMP] [App Maths and Computation] [PRSL A] [Physics Letters A] - Chaos and nonlinear dynamics in electronic systems
- Systems described by piecewise isometries or piecewise similarities
[Meccanica] [Dyn Sys] [IJBC] [ISCAS] - Power converters
[Elec Lett] [ISCAS] [IEEE Trans CAS] - Computer data networks
[Unpublished] [IJE]
- Systems described by piecewise isometries or piecewise similarities
- Modelling of nonlinear devices, for instance saturating/hysteretic
inductors
[IEEE Trans Mag] - Circuit theory
[IJE] [IJE] [IJE] - Extreme value theory applied to signal processing
[Elec Lett]
PhD thesis entitled Iterative Electronic Circuits and Chaos (1990). This is available from the University of Surrey library (address: Guildford, GU2 7XH, UK) and also on microfilm from the British Library, Boston Spa, North Yorkshire; code number DX 91717.
Contributions to the book Nonlinear Phenomena in Power Electronics, which was published by the IEEE in summer 2001.